Ok, Im a bit off my mark right now, spent another day in the hospital, thats about 10 since Dec 1. All for damn kidney stones. I should be back to as normal as I get in a day or two. I assure you this will be my first effort when Im back
Please attach the job file as that gives me all the input parameters. Also what version are you running? I know I fixed some rectangle size issues a while ago, but I think they were related to minimum size.
There are two sets of wizards.The Newfangled Addons are only for Mach3, they use the VB and screen design features. V2.86 is the latest.
The Newfangled Wizard for Mill is a new product that will be used with Mach4, but it is written in C++ and is a fully standalone program, you can run it on any windows PC.
The Addons are simplest to use if you are running Mach3, they are integrated into the package and just a couple4 clicks gets your code ready to run. The New Wizard has a few things the old one didnt, like engraving and some pocketing code. We are working on several new features for the Mill Wizard, so someday it will be a much better wizard.
Ok, looks like a bug when you do a plunge cut instead of a ramp into the work. If you change the ramp angle on the tool settings to something like 5 it all works fine.
I will have to find this one and fix it and make a new release. That will take at least a few days.
I notice you are using Rapid Height and Clearance as the same value. Do you understand that Rapid is the height above all clamps where rapid moves are allowed. Clearance is the height that a plunge will stop moving at rapid speed and switch to plunge rate. It is also the height to raise the tool between passes. Using the same value is OK, just not using one of the wizard features.
I guess all I can say is thats how we programmed it. A job must start with a Job command because to do the Tool Select requires info off the job setup- like material. The second op must be a tool, because you cannot handle a third op without a tool. I guess there are cases where you might move a tool into the second place, but it would get hard to test all the conditions that worked.
So, I guess on this one I just have to say "thats the way it is, get used to it"
Yes, the top tool change is special. Every job must start with a job op, then a tool op. You cant do an y work without a tool. You should be able to edit the first tool, but not delete it of move it. Sorry, that is how it has to be. What would we do in an operation if we had no tool defined?
The problem of locking up on a 90 to 180 arc was reported and fixed a while ago,in V1.0.14 I just checked and Brian has not pushed that version to the web- it is still on 1.0.13 I will send Brian a note to get that updated.
The wizard can generate code in inch or metric units. There is a setting on the first page to select. Be sure it is set to the units you use. The wizard also saves all settings from a session, so if you set it once to metric it will remain that way until you change it.